Graduate student, Stefano Verrelli, has been awarded two international travel awards, the Graduate Travel Award and the Diversity Fund Award, to attend and present his research at by The Society for Personality and Social Psychology's 2017 Annual Convention in San Antonio, Texas (USA). With over 6,000 members, SPSP is the largest organisation of social psychologists and personality psychologists.
This year's School of Psychology annual Prizes Ceremony was another overall success for The SUPIR Lab, with Lab members, Rachel Maunder and Clacy Black, receiving numerous outstanding accolades on the night. Congratulations to this all of this years' prize and scholarship winners! For a full list of winners click here.
This year's SASP annual conference was held in Brisbane, Australia. Congratulations to organising committee from The University of Queensland and Griffith University for hosting an outstanding program.
This year's keynote speaker, Professor Alice Eagly, presented her most recent program of research on how outgroup stereotypes can be so accurate, but yet so wrong. Professor Eagly is a distinguished researcher and scholar who has dedicated her life to investigate important issues relating to gender, feminism,
attitudes, prejudice, stereotyping, and leadership.
A further congratulations to SUPIR Lab members, Amanda Arcieri, Eileen Chu, Lauren Harvey, and Stefano Verrelli, for presenting their research. For the full program click here.
Well done team!
SUPIR Lab graduate students, Stefano Verrelli and Eileen Chu, recently co-authored an article in The Conversation where they discuss whether violence against women can be in part explained "by society’s traditional and stereotyped beliefs about what it means to be a 'real man'. " Read the full article by clicking here.
Race Discrimination Commissioner Dr Tim Soutphommasane has warned of emerging threats to social cohesion and "serious concerns" about a "deterioration of community harmony".